My photography and ecotherapy are both aspects of my lifelong fascination with nature and my philosophical take on life. I’ve been taking photographs since I was a teenager. The majority of my photographs are of the natural world. I particularly like close up and macro work. I also have an eye for abstract looking images in nature, for example the yew bark images. I wrote and took all the pictures for the first photographic guide to British dragonflies. It is entitled – A Complete Guide to British Dragonflies, 1986, Jonathan Cape, London. In the 1990s I spent four years on a project photographing ancient yew trees, mostly in Britain. I have sold images and exhibited internationally.
I have various small projects on the go. In the past few years I have been working with the ideas of Japanese aesthetics. A key concept is wabi-sabi. I take wabi-sabi to mean seeing impermanence, imperfection and incompleteness in things. A breaking bud or dying bloom has wabi-sabi, reminding us of the transience of life. See the Sycamore Old & New gallery as an example. Maybe I will write more about is in a blog sometime.
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